The FishClipper Review E-mail
Sunday, 30 January 2011 09:10
by: Chris Parson, Kayak Fishing Magazine
FishClipper_Packaging  
When I received my FishClipper in the mail, the first thing that I noticed was its smart packaging. The package, (shown here) explains the whole story.
 
The folks at FishClipper.com have developed a cool little gadget to simplify life while fishing. I can see how it will minimize rod tangles, boo boo's, and maybe even keep your hat on your head a little longer while fishing from your kayak. I haven't had the oppurtunity to field test this item yet as my kayaks are burried under snow up here in the nor'east. I did however run the FishClpper through it's paces in the man cave.

 
When fishing from my kayak, I carry three fishing rods. (Light, medium and medium heavy) My light rod is almost always pre-rigged with some form of plug or swimmer. I like to offer these to ambushing stripers along the sod banks and I like to have the rod "cast ready". We all know what a plug with treble hooks is like on a kayak, or anywhere for that matter.

 
How it works; FishClipper seems to completely remedy
the above debacle by encasing the hooks within its grasp. The clip itself is made from a lightweight plastic and has been shaped to fit over your fishing rod. Little magnets help to catch your lure and secure the hooks safely inside it's grip. A simple squeeze and release for safety. When ready to use the fishing rod, simply squeeze. release, and clip the FishClipper to your PFD or anywhere.

 
Fish Clipper mess   Fish Clipper solution .
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www.fishclipper.com
 

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